Minnesota Moment: 2 Girls with Cancer Find Support Through Dance

January 11, 2018 10:46 PM

Two Twin Cities girls are finding support to battle cancer through dancing.

Payton and Joelle were both diagnosed with cancer within the last year. Both girls' parents say the two's dancing at Studio Four in Burnsville has brought normalcy back to the girl's lives.


The dancers at the studio have rallied around the two as well, by wearing "Dancers Against Cancer" shirts.

On Saturday, the dancers will will raise money for cancer research with a lemonade stand during a dance competition at Eagan High School.



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